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Motorcycle Street Riding the Way

Street Riding Advice Pro Rider 

1. Focus — I see people riding on the street being fully focused. ride through a canyon the way, as they do their ride from traffic to traffic light. Change

Especially on long rides sure to stop every for at least 10 minutes, as it helps you and maintain your focus.

2. Case Scenario- Always the worst case scenarios out on a ride, and trust nobody. Do not that the car driver has seen or that he/she is really attention as he/she should do. leave yourself plenty of to maneuver.

3. Observe- Ask yourself if you are visible in all giving situations. Get out of any blind spots.

4. Dominate- your bike, do not let your dominate you. Do not be passive riding a motorcycle; the better you your motorcycle and road, the options you gain for focusing.

5. Ride the bike calm and try to ride round lines. Do not and open up the throttle or the brake all the make smooth changes.

6. Braking- Practice how to use the brakes and exercise hard braking If you do not know what to do, consult a and invest some money in It’s worth it.

7. Aggressive- being aggressive at line and allow more space for Do not push your luck.

8. Try to picture the whole scenario. pay attention to your sorroundings, staring at them, avoid vision. Practice constantly and

9. Position- Find the correct position and adjust the instruments front/rear brake, shifter, and to an optimum reach. That’s the way to use everything quickly if necessary.

10. Give your experience, and skill a boost in a street school where you can get individual That investment will may your life… the fancy sets won’t.

Aussie – Chris Hunter of BikeEXIF Interview

Chris Hunter has his site, into one of the interesting motorcycle websites out and this video interview Hunter will give you a of what he’s all about.

Interview with Chris of BikeEXIF

Read the full here:

— Who are you and where are you

— My name is Chris and I live in Sydney, Australia, my wife and three children. I’m I’m originally from London.

What are you doing in life?

By day I’m a creative director for an advertising I occasionally write for marketing and other websites, and in 2005 my book was published. Bike is something I do in the evenings, and at weekends the kids are in bed.

— is Bike EXIF?

— The leading motorcycle culture and website. I’m passionate about photography and motorcycles, and Bike is a way to combine all three. And to connect other people who share the interests, like you.

Yes Sir, What are you riding?

My daily ride is a Moto V7 Classic. I’m planning on getting a 1970s Guzzi V7 Sport or Le one day.

— The V7 Classic is a great bike, light and nimble in It’s also powerful for long journeys, I did 2,500km New South Wales and Victoria in days back in January. And it first time every

— What color is Moto Guzzi?

— That was the only colour when it was launched!

— brands are your favorite in the world?

Moto Guzzi, BMW and Ural. In custom bikes, Ex Machina, Ritmo Sereno and The

— Do you prefer Italian or British bikes?

I like The only bikes I don’t are “universal Japanese motorcycles” and the model Harley-Davidsons, apart the XR1200.

— What are favorite in other motorcycle

Insuring your collectible or motorcycle

As for insurance for your motorcycle. You should be able to get Value coverage on a classic BSA Gold Star Catalina at $15,000 for somewhere around $25 a and that gives you the whole match of coverage.

You can spend a lot less, but if you plan to the bikes in your collection, the pricing is a reasonable approximation of you can expect to pay.

He Didn’t Make the Finish Line But Ken Burt’s Metal Work Did

Ken Burt won’t be at ArtPrize to see his work receive the accolades it so deserves, but Burt’s work be represented at the show.

Burt’s piece, “Aluminum Spiral is on display in Grand Rapids, MI at the Square Building downtown. the expert metalshaping artist Dundas, Ontario, died of a heart … on July 30 at the ago of 50 old.

Burt, a self-taught and steel fabricator, developed an reputation for his skill at building for custom motorcycles and metal

Metal shaping artist Ken working at his English Wheel.

organizers included Burt’s when they realized it had properly registered and matched a venue and made his entry a of the exhibition which opened 21.

“We were told we couldn’t that we had lost him,” Kevin Boehm, co-owner of Gallery, who curated the 20 works on in “The Spot.”

Burt’s 11-inch high fashioned from four flat sheets of aluminum, and riveted together, needs no votes, said Boehm, who it “an astounding piece. I know it him three years to make

“He was just so excited about it was all he could talk about for six Boehm said. “He was a really guy.”

Spiral Vase by Ken

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Twenty Truly Motorcycles You’ll Never Own

it’s the bike with the V-12, a fully electric that does the quarter in 7.8 seconds, or a bike that an economical 25 mpg at 250 mph, here are the craziest motorcycles ever to hit the



Just of it as a Harley powered cross a Velociped and a Big Wheel with a of steampunk thrown in for good

Voo Doo Shelbycycle

Voo Doo Industries collided a Shelby GT500KR with a and ended up with this red that would stop Nicholas Cage in his tracks… on the way to court.

DuSold Triumph III

Bad Dog HumongoVee

Chrysler Viper

NOx Viperbike

The Honda Evo 6



Kawasaki ZX10R


Amen Hubless



Harley Enduro

German Twintrax


The Confederate Fighter

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